With gasoline prices at almost $4 to the gallon, how do you feel about having watched prices rise and rise again, up to these astronomical levels? By the day more billions in profitearnings are being made by the oilmen, while everyday folk find it increasingly hard to put gas in the tank and generally sweat at stretching their budgets to previously unheard of limits. Does a motor vehicle specifically have to run on gasoline, or can it be adapted to another, superior way?
Through the years numerous products have been tested, but since they infringe on oil revenue, the tests have been halted. Every time you stop at the gas pump and see the dollar total climb, you probably curse scientists for not having identified a better and cheaper way to power cars. Have you seen the adverts on the net about a car that can run on water? A terrible joke – or reality? This is actually a possibility being pursued by car manufacturers, with future cars being powered by hydrogen which originates from water.
We have all witnessed the devastating outcome of the power of uncontrolled water, so it’s no stretch to picture water pressure being used to transform hydrogen and oxygen. Cars like this already exist, even though the public is unmindful of them. Before the electric car came to be used by anyone,it was more than two decades. If today you would like the Smart Car of America, which runs on electric energy solely, there exists a waiting list of over a year. There is surely a need to get rid of gas cars for those that run on something altogether different.
There was a time when gas and also natural gas were cheap forms of energy, one for the car and the other for the house. Both kinds have consistently gotten higher, and gas has caused lots of pollution. Environmentalists get picked on a lot, however if it wasn’t for their reports on emissions, our air would be a lot worse than it is. They ensured that the world’s supply of air and water remained relatively clean, but had to put up with name-calling and ridicule in the process. We have these people to thank for thinking of adding ethanol to gas to make it run cleaner. However, already astronomical oil costs keep soaring and more has to be done, especially because nearly all of our oil is sourced from abroad.
Imagine cutting out oil from abroad altogether, which would be feasible if a car that ran on hydrogen and oxygen combustion was successfully created. Does it seem too good to be real to use common tap water to run your car? Experiments are presently being performed on cars powered by way of hydrogen, by both Chevy and Ford motor companies. Years into the future, as soon as their hydrogen-driven cars or trucks are finally brought out, the waiting list will probably be miles long.